ginsberg chiropractic in mill creekgeneva1826 .pdf
Original filename: ginsberg chiropractic in mill creekgeneva1826.pdf
This PDF 1.4 document has been generated by / iTextSharp™ 5.4.1 ©2000-2012 1T3XT BVBA (AGPL-version), and has been sent on pdf-archive.com on 20/03/2018 at 08:08, from IP address 66.167.x.x.
The current document download page has been viewed 99 times.
File size: 3 KB (2 pages).
Privacy: public file
Download original PDF file
ginsberg chiropractic in mill creekgeneva
Dr. Ginsberg, DC, offers the Gonstead Method, a scientifically-based spinal adjustment
technique. Adjunct therapies, such as massage and exercise, help patients maintain the benefits
Geneva, IL - March 1, 2018 - Dr. Ginsberg, DC, of Ginsberg Chiropractic wants current and
prospective patients to know that he now offers the Gonstead Method.
Spinal vertebrae may rotate out of their proper position because of a one-time event, such as an
auto accident or slip-and-fall injury. In other cases, the misalignment occurs gradually, such as
when a person consistently exhibits poor posture.
As a Gonstead chiropractor, Dr. Ginsberg would call the misalignment a subluxation when it
causes nerves in the affected area to become pinched or compressed. These sites may become
inflamed, disrupting proper nerve signal transmission. Health problems can arise in parts of the
body associated with those nerves. Additionally, the rest of the spine may attempt to compensate
for the subluxation by shifting so that it can line up with the malpositioned vertebrae.
Using the Gonstead method, Dr. Ginsberg can usually spot subluxations easily, especially when
they're located in the upper back. It can, however, be more difficult to detect misalignments in the
Recognizing and correcting misalignments is the foundation of the Gonstead concept. The
Gonstead Method is aimed at identifying exactly which vertebrae are out of alignment and
targeting only those areas. Thrusts are administered precisely and painlessly. The idea is to get to
the root of the problem to ensure that the nervous system can function optimally.
Dr. Ginsberg also provides additional therapies to help patients maintain the benefits of spinal
adjustments. Massage therapy alleviates pain in surrounding soft tissues. Exercise strengthens
muscles and joints, making them less susceptible to injury. Educating patients about stressmanagement and proper nutrition promotes overall wellness.
To learn more about the Dr. Ginsberg's process as a Gonstead chiropractor as well as other
chiropractic services he offers, visit http://www.kidchiro.com. Those who have questions about
this press release can reach the clinic through its website, or use the following contact
David A. Ginsberg
1795 W State St, Ste. D
Geneva, IL 60134